Verify emails from Google Sheets™
Listing updated:June 9, 2023
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Email list cleaning extension allows to verify emails right from Google Sheets™ with the same accuracy as other popular standalone solutions. Get 100 verification credits for free. No monthly payments. Balance never expires. Save up to 85%
How to clean your email list in Google Sheets™?
1. Install the Email List Cleaning extension by clicking "Install" or "Admin install."
2. Open a sheet containing emails that you want to verify. Click on the Email Verification icon on  the right side of your screen.
4. Click on "Open template" to open a new template sheet.
5. Paste your emails into the first column.
6. Click the Verify Emails button and wait

First 100 verifications - free
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25 000 - verifications - $149 (save 35%)
100 000 - verifications - $399 (save 55%)
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Email deliverability status details:
• safe: safe to send emails
• invalid: not deliverable email
• risky: at least one of the following is true: disposable email address, a role account (e.g. support@ or admin@), catch-all address, has full inbox.
• unknown: email provider doesn't allow verification of emails. Please contact our support

Best email list cleaning services that are included in the extension:
☑️ Syntax Validation
Email syntax validation refers to the process of verifying the structure and format of an email address to ensure it follows the correct syntax rules. It checks if an email address contains the necessary components, such as the local part (before the '@' symbol), the domain part (after the '@' symbol), and the appropriate separators.
☑️DNS Records Validation
Email DNS records validation is the process of verifying and confirming that the DNS records associated with an email domain, such as MX, SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, are properly configured and match the specified domain. It ensures the legitimacy and authenticity of email messages, prevents unauthorized sources from sending email, and enhances email list hygiene and security.
☑️ Disposable Email Address Validation
Disposable email address (DEA) validation refers to the process of identifying and verifying if an email address belongs to a temporary or disposable email service provider. DEA validation helps determine if the email address being used is likely to be a short-lived, temporary address that could potentially be used for fraudulent or spammy activities. By checking against a database of known DEA providers, organizations can identify and block the use of disposable email addresses.
☑️ SMTP Server Validation
Email SMTP server validation involves the process of verifying the availability and correctness of the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server associated with a given email domain. It ensures that the SMTP server is operational, properly configured, and capable of sending and receiving email messages. 
☑️ Catch-all Address Detection
A catch-all address is an email account that is set up to receive any email sent to the domain, regardless of the specific mailbox or recipient specified. Validation involves querying the mail server to check if it has a catch-all configuration in place. Catch-all addresses can impact email deliverability as they accept email for non-existent addresses, potentially leading to increased spam or undeliverable messages.
☑️ Role Email Detection
Role email detection refers to the process of identifying and categorizing email addresses that are associated with a specific job or role within an organization, rather than belonging to an individual person. It involves analyzing the email address itself or utilizing external databases or algorithms to determine if an address represents a role such as "support@", "sales@", or "info@". 
☑️ Gibberish Check
Gibberish email check involves verifying the validity of an email address by identifying if it contains random or nonsensical characters. This process helps detect suspicious or invalid email addresses used for spamming or phishing. 
☑️ Free Email Detection
Free email account verification refers to the process of determining whether an email address belongs to a free email service provider. It involves checking the domain of the email address to identify if it corresponds to a known free email service, such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail, or 
☑️ Email Role Detection
Email role detection involves identifying email addresses that are associated with specific job roles or functions within an organization. By categorizing addresses like "sales@", "support@", or "info@", businesses can customize their email communication to target specific departments or functions, improving personalization and campaign effectiveness.
☑️ E-mail Gender Detection
Email gender detection is the process of attempting to determine the gender associated with an email address. This detection may involve analyzing patterns, names, or other characteristics within the email address or utilizing external databases. This can greatly improve email marketing strategy.

You can clean an email list by performing a basic check for email syntax validity for free in Google Sheets using the ISEMAIL function.
It verifies if the address follows the standard email format, which typically includes an email username, the "@" symbol, a domain name, and a top-level domain (TLD). It also checks for common syntax errors, such as missing or extra characters, invalid characters, and proper domain structure.
Here's how to use ISEMAIL function:
1. Firstly open Google Sheets and either create a new spreadsheet or open an existing one. 
2. Then select the cell where you want to use the ISEMAIL function or enter the email address data you want to validate.
3. Next in the formula bar at the top type in this formula:
Make sure to replace "cell_reference" with a reference to the cell that contains the email address you want to validate. 
For example if your email address is in cell A1 then your formula would look like this: =ISEMAIL(A1). Press Enter once you've entered your formula and let it do its work. 
The ISEMAIL function will evaluate whether the email address is valid or not and return "TRUE" if it is or "FALSE" if it isn't. It can be described as a real-time email verification.

To verify email addresses in JavaScript use this function:
function isValidEmail(email) {
  // Regular expression pattern for email validation
  var emailRegex = /^[^\s@]+@[^\s@]+\.[^\s@]+$/;
  return emailRegex.test(email);
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